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Rare plant and purple areas (Closed)
Do i need to plant the mystery seed in the glowing purple area to get a rare plant/attract new fish??
Answer from: tttlynn23
No you don't have to. They should come anywhere you plant them.
Answer from: stephels62
No certain plants like to live next to each other and it attracts other fish. Try putting the yellow table plant and the red branches next to each other and then watch what happensnectnect. Also when you get to the seahorse challenge, the green round cluster thing is what you need to plant in order to get out to stay. I forgot the name of it but it looked like a green ball.
Answer from: Berry 1619
The glowing purple/blue area happens when two plants that interact with each other ( like the yellow table plant and the red branch), are placed next to each other and attract a random fish. Then the area around those objects will start to shimmer every so often. I'm not sure what else the glowing area will do, but that's how the glowing areas first happen.
Answer from: candypants
Also the green grass and the green straight seaweed will create a reaction as well.
Answer from: Kris
Giant brown grass and the purple marine shrub also create a reaction.
Answer from: Angel eyes
I understand berry 1619 but, has anybody figured out whst the game wants when the area occassionally glows larger than the area you have planted.
Answer from: LIGHTBIKE2527
@Angel Eyes--I found out how to tell how many you can grow in the special purpley-blue areas. I tried this out with the giant green seabush and the green straight seaweed. First I planted one. Then I found out that if you wait long enough, than any part in the area will show on the sea floor, so keep those eyes peeled. Then I planted them around the edge of the square, and after that I planted more to fill them in. I think I actracted a good amount of 27 guppies.
Posted on: 09-20-2014